Freedom to act collectively

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Working collectively with co-workers is often the most effective way to challenge discriminatory or abusive workplace practices.

Speaking with co-workers is often a critical way for women to unearth inequities or systemic discrimination. Women must have the right to discuss compensation, organize, join a union, and take action with other employees to improve pay, working conditions, and discriminatory workplace practices. Whether at work, in arbitration, or in the courts, women must have the ability to challenge discrimination collectively.

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